Denny Hamlin wins at New Hampshire, ends JGR’s winless streakHamlin held off Kyle Larson over the final laps Sunday at New Hampshire Motor Speedway to send Gibbs to its first victory of the season.Hamlin needed his 30th career Cup victory to secure a berth in NASCAR’s version of the postseason and end a winless streak that stretched to September at Richmond.Martin Truex Jr., was third, followed by Matt Kenseth and Kevin Harvick.Just like his tire, Sebastian Vettel’s championship lead was shredded at the British Grand Prix in Silverstone, England.
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